National Geographic is reporting that the world’s highest mountain, Mount Shasta, in Arizona has a base elevation of 6,600 feet.
It’s the highest peak in the contiguous United States and is the largest of four volcanoes in the area.
The mountain is the second-tallest mountain in the state and is home to the San Gabriel Mountains, one of the world-famous mountains in Southern California.
The San Gabriel Valley, home to one of America’s most famous mountain ranges, is located in Arizona.
The volcano is also home to Mount Wilson, the tallest mountain in New Mexico.
The mountains were first identified by the University of Arizona, which called them “mountains of the past.”
National Geographic recently announced that it is now the world top-ranked guide to mountain hiking.
Mount Shastas summit is one of Arizona’s oldest peaks, dating back to the 1700s, according to a National Geographic story.
It is one the highest mountains in the United States, at 6,621 feet (2,100 meters).
It is also the highest mountain in Arizona, at 9,890 feet (3,800 meters).
The tallest mountain on Earth is Mount Everest at 6 of 9,900 feet (1,600 meters).